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We just released the new update (16.02.23) to the App Store on February 17, 2016.
The update includes improved support for Apple Pencil. (However, no changes had been made specifically for palm rejection.)
Would you please give it a try and let us know what you think?
the support has improved, but you need to introduce a way of changing thickness/colour of the writing.
"writing"...Are you referring to drawing using Apple Pencil in Acrobat Reader for iOS?
There is a way to change thickness/color/opacity of pencil drawing in Acrobat Reader for iOS.
- Tap the existing drawing.
- Select Thickness, Color, Opacity from the menu that pops up.
- Change the value of the property.
Once you change a property, Acrobat Reader will remember the new value of the particular comment type.
Please let us know if it works for you.
all works well, it's just that the way you change the thickness and colour of the comment is quite cumbersome. Would be much better if there was a simple drop down menu before you start to write.
Its great the Apple Pencil will work with Adobe reader but can the Apple Pencil work on Adobe Acrobat? Been trying for a bit and it doesn't show me the pencils' ability to change to a fine point. Is it possible? Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance for your response.
Furthermore, is it somehow possible to scroll while using the pencil? In other Apps there is recognition if the pencil is used or a finger tip. So i scroll with my fingers and i write/draw with my pencil. Not so in Acrobat. The pencil is exactly the same as a finger. No difference, no pressure sensitivity.
I try using the iPad Version once every two or three month, but it stays the same. It’s not possible to have a smooth workflow. Drawing, saving, change color and thickness after that, scroll to next position, draw etc.
It would be really great to see a better pencil support on your roadmap.
Yes, that IS very cumbersome. To not be able to pick the thickness of the line first, makes no sense at all. I don't know of any other program that works that way. And the thickness or thinness of the line might affect where the lines are supposed to go.